Monthly Archives: October 2017

Tintagel bridge approved

Cornwall Council has approved plans to build a controversial new bridge linking the mainland to the historic site of Tintagel Castle. See: The Heritage Journal – 30 October 2017

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Can We Trust the National Trust?

The anticipated National Trust member rebellion over the charity’s backing for the Stonehenge tunnel failed to materialise at yesterday’s AGM held at the STEAM museum in Swindon, Wiltshire. For over 30 years there have been failed attempts to remove the … Continue reading

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A344 Reopened as Permissive Path

The line of the old A344 road has finally been reopened as Permissive Path at Stonehenge afer a three-year wait for the grass to grow strong enough to bear the traffic of cyclists and pedestrians. Former Wiltshire councillor Ian West … Continue reading

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